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|Originally Posted: 17 October 2009|
Rabbits Have Holes Cut Into Their Necks at Arizona State University
Tell ASU officials to replace cruel laboratories with some of the humane, non-animal teaching methods that are available and being used in physiology courses at other universities.
Sign an online petition
And/Or better yet, make direct contact:
Elizabeth D. Capaldi
In physiology and biology classroom experiments at Arizona State University (ASU), frogs have their brains destroyed when pins are stuck through their skulls, and baby rats and female mice are killed and dissected. In other experiments, rabbits have holes cut into their necks, are injected with various drugs, and are then killed.
Many available non-animal methods teach anatomy and physiology better than these cruel and outdated animal laboratories.
Please take a minute of your time to urge Arizona State University to end these classroom animal experiments. Send an e-mail to university officials and politely ask them to replace these laboratories with some of the humane, non-animal teaching methods that are available and being used in physiology courses at other universities.
Our image gallery depicts several ways rabbits are brutalized in laboratories.
Thank you for everything you do for animals!